Best Prog Languages podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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JavaScript Jabber
Weekly
 
Weekly podcast discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends. Also discuss programming practices, coding environments, and the communities related to the technology.
 
All JavaScript podcasts produced by Devchat.tv: - JavaScript Jabber - My JS Story - JS Rants
 
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CppCast
Weekly
 
The first podcast by C++ developers for C++ developers!
 
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Python Bytes
Weekly
 
Python Bytes is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken. The show is a short discussion on the headlines and noteworthy news in the Python, developer, and data science space.
 
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NodeUp
Monthly
 
NodeUp is a podcast about Node.js
 
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Go Time
Monthly+
 
A panel of experts and special guests discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker…oh and also Go! This show records LIVE every Thursday at 3pm US Eastern. A panel of experts and special guests discuss topics like: cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker...oh and also Go!
 
The Ruby on Rails Podcast, a weekly conversation about Ruby on Rails,open source software, and the programming profession. Hosted by Brittany Martin.
 
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Talking Kotlin
Monthly+
 
A bimonthly podcast that covers the Kotlin programming language by JetBrains, as well as related technologies. Hosted by Hadi Hariri
 
JavaScript episodes of Software Engineering Daily
 
The Laravel Podcast brings you Laravel and PHP development news and discussion. Season 3 consists of interviews conducted by Matt Stauffer; previous seasons featured Taylor Otwell and Jeffrey Way as regular cohosts.
 
Each week, we discuss a software design problem and how we might solve it using functional principles and the Clojure programming language.
 
ScriptCast is a podcast about JavaScript, hosted by the creators and organisers of ScriptConf. Join us and listen to stories from people who shape the world of JavaScript. You can find us here on Soundcloud, iTunes, or on your favourite Podcatcher.
 
Java, Java EE and Web oriented discussions with Adam Bien
 
The podcast about Python and the people who make it great
 
The site for PHP professionals, Magazine, Training, Books, Conferences
 
In this show, educator Zac Gordon talks with JavaScript Influencers inside and outside of the WordPress Community and asks them how they learn JavaScript and what their advice is for others who want to "Learn JavaScript Deeply"
 
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React, Vue, and Angular are the most popular frontend JavaScript frameworks. Each of these frameworks lets frontend developers build components. A component is a high level visual abstraction that is used to compose a user interface. Frontend development has moved towards component-driven-development. At a typical technology company, a designer ...…
 
Sponsors KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit Clubhouse
 
Sponsors KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit Clubhouse
 
Summary As we build software projects, complexity and technical debt are bound to creep into our code. To counteract these tendencies it is necessary to calculate and track metrics that highlight areas of improvement so that they can be acted on. To aid in identifying areas of your application that are breeding grounds for incidental complexity ...…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Arjan (@arjan_tijms) about:starting programming with Commodore 64, blog interview about zeef, "Programming in Basic" with the age of 7, Phillips P2000, Simons Basic, Assembly on Commodore 64, defaulting to C, weird main function in C, developing a database to maintain Judo progress and expenses, being a CEO of a ...…
 
Christoph complicated development by misunderstanding the REPL. We go back to the roots of Christoph’s experience with Clojure… How do I run Clojure code? The REPL is fun for evaluation, but how do you run a “real” program? Experience in other languages: edit the file, compile, rerun the program Mentality: get through the edit, compile, run loo ...…
 
Sponsored by https://pythonbytes.fm/digitalocean Brian #1: Advent of Code 2018 Solutions Michael Fogleman Even if you didn’t have time or energy to do the 2018 AoC, you can learn from other peoples solutions. Here’s one set written up in a nice blog post. Michael #2: Python Lands on the Windows 10 App Store Python Software Foundation recently r ...…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Kris Jusiak to discuss [Boost].DI and [Boost].SML libraries. Kris is a C++ Software Engineer who currently lives a couple of doors down from CppCon 2019. He has worked in different industries over the years including telecommunications, games and most recently finance for Quantlab Financial. He has an interest in mod ...…
 
Sponsors KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit Clubhouse
 
Sponsors KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit Clubhouse
 
We chat with Kevin about multi-platform development with Kotlin. Amongst many things, we discuss its differences with alternative technologies, the state of tooling and libraries, as well as factors people should consider when adopting OSS technologies.For links to show notes, please visit talkingkotlin.com or download the App from the Android ...…
 
Summary Computers have found their way into virtually every area of human endeavor, and archaeology is no exception. To aid his students in their exploration of digital archaeology Shawn Graham helped to create an online, digital textbook with accompanying interactive notebooks. In this episode he explains how computational practices are being ...…
 
Emily is the CEO of Shine Registry, a startup built on Rails that’s working on reshaping tradition to increase gender equity in entrepreneurship. Brittany has been consulting on the project so she invited Emily on to discuss prototyping an application quickly in RoR, being a non-technical founder and how our listeners can get involved with Shin ...…
 
Nate is worried about the hardcoded credentials in the code. It’s episode 011 on 01/11. It’s binary! “As a developer, you quickly learn what’s under your control and what’s not. Very little is under your control.” Don’t accidentally check in the credentials. “We need a configuration management system. Oh wait! That’s a totally different problem ...…
 
Sponsored by https://pythonbytes.fm/datadog Brian #1: nbgrader nbgrader: A Tool for Creating and Grading Assignments in the Jupyter Notebook The Journal of Open Source Education, paper accepted 6-Jan-2019 nbgrader documentation, including a intro video From the JOSE article: “nbgrader is a flexible tool for creating and grading assignments in t ...…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Arthur O'Dwyer to discuss board games, his 3 ISO C++ papers and much more! Arthur O'Dwyer started his career writing pre-C++11 compilers for Green Hills Software; he currently writes C++14 for Akamai Technologies. Arthur is the author of "Colossal Cave: The Board Game," "Mastering the C++17 STL" (the book), and "The ...…
 
Sponsors: KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit Clubhouse Panel: Charles Max Wood Special Guests: Ed Thomson In this episode, the Charles speaks with Ed Thomson who is a Program Manager at Azure through Microsoft, Developer, and Open Source Maintainer. Ed and Chuck discuss in full detail about Azure DevOps! Check out today’s epi ...…
 
Sponsors: KendoUI Sentry use the code "devchat" for $100 credit Clubhouse Panel: Charles Max Wood Special Guests: Ed Thomson In this episode, the Charles speaks with Ed Thomson who is a Program Manager at Azure through Microsoft, Developer, and Open Source Maintainer. Ed and Chuck discuss in full detail about Azure DevOps! Check out today’s epi ...…
 
Summary Every day there are satellites collecting sensor readings and imagery of our Earth. To help make sense of that information, developers at the meteorological institutes of Sweden and Denmark worked together to build a collection of Python packages that simplify the work of downloading and processing satellite image data. In this episode ...…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Alexis (@alexismp) about: java -jar glassfish.jar, Community Management at Sun, Developer Relations, how to talk to developers, Texas Instruments 4a, a circle qualifies as "Hello World", Prolog to Java Applets migration for National French SpaceAgency, Java Center of Excellence at Sun Microsystems, Sun / JavaSof ...…
 
Sponsored by https://pythonbytes.fm/datadog Brian #1: loguru: Python logging made (stupidly) simple Finally, a logging interface that is just slightly more syntax than print to do mostly the right thing, and all that fancy stuff like log rotation is easy to figure out. i.e. a logging API that fits in my brain. bonus: README is a nice tour of fe ...…
 
Christoph can’t stand the spaghetti mess in main. Time to refactor. Main function does too much. We want cohesive pieces that each have one job. Two part problem: Too much in the main loop. Main starts and then never stops. Have to exit the repl to restart. We need 1) separate parts that can be 2) started and stopped. Main should just focus on ...…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Isabella Muerte to discuss her experience presenting multiple papers at her first ISO meeting in San Diego and her thoughts on Merged Modules. Isabella Muerte is a C++ Bruja, Build System Titan, and an open source advocate. She cares deeply about improving the workflow and debugging experience the C++ community curre ...…
 
On December 28th, the CFP opened for Railsconf 2019. This year’s conference will be from April 30 to May 2 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Marty Haught, one of the Directors of Ruby Central, came on to answer your burning Railsconf questions. Links for this episode: Railsconf 2019 CFP Ruby Central Boulder Ruby Group Railsconf Website Confreaks TV | ...…
 
Summary The web has spawned numerous methods for communicating between applications, including protocols such as SOAP, XML-RPC, and REST. One of the newest entrants is GraphQL which promises a simplified approach to client development and reduced network requests. To make implementing these APIs in Python easier, Syrus Akbary created the Graphe ...…
 
Nate can’t decide what to watch on Twitter, and the app restarts are killing him. The Twitterthon continues. “It’s an infinite stream of Twitter.” Nate wants to watch #clojurescript too. Just change the search string to "#clojure OR #clojurescript"? Should avoid hardcoding the value so we don’t have to recompile every time. Command line argumen ...…
 
Now it’s possible to write Lambda functions as idiomatic Ruby code, and run them on AWS. Joining Brittany is Alex Wood, the software engineer working on the AWS SDK for Ruby and author of the AWS Lambda Ruby runtime. Links for this episode: AWS Blog: Announcing Ruby Support for AWS Lambda AWS Blog: Announcing Ruby build support for AWS SAM CLI ...…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Roberto Cortez (@radcortez) about: Turbo Pascal 4.5, 8086 vs. 486, Java in 21 days, interactive web with Java applets, early Siri prototype, Notepad as IDE, Integration of all insurance companies as first project with Java EE 5, building a house and the bricks at the same time with GWT, xdoclet and middlegen, fi ...…
 
Sponsored by DigitalOcean: pythonbytes.fm/digitalocean This episode originally aired on Talk Python at talkpython.fm/192. It's been a fantastic year for Python. Literally, every year is better than the last with so much growth and excitement in the Python space. That's why I've asked two of my knowledgeable Python friends, Dan Bader and Brian O ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Woods Special Guests: Donovan Brown In this episode, the Charles speaks with Donovan Brown. He is a principal DevOps Manager with Microsoft with a background in application development. He also runs one of the nation’s fastest growing online registration sites for motorsports events DLBRACING.com. When he is not writing softw ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Woods Special Guests: Donovan Brown In this episode, the Charles speaks with Donovan Brown. He is a principal DevOps Manager with Microsoft with a background in application development. He also runs one of the nation’s fastest growing online registration sites for motorsports events DLBRACING.com. When he is not writing softw ...…
 
Summary Real-time communication over the internet is an amazing feat of modern engineering. The protocol that powers a majority of video calling platforms is WebRTC. In this episode Jeremy Lainé explains why he wrote a Python implementation of this protocol in the form of AIORTC. He also discusses how it works, how you can use it in your own pr ...…
 
Christoph tries to figure out why Twitter stopped talking about Clojure. “Are you twitterpated?” Building on where we left off last episode. Runs and just stops working. “I was pretty sure it stopped working because people on Twitter just stopped talking about Clojure. After about a day of that, I realized people were talking about Clojure, and ...…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Pablo Santos from Codice Software to discuss Semantic Merge, Plastic SCM and more. Prior to entering start-up mode to launch Plastic SCM back in 2005, Pablo worked as R&D engineer in fleet control software development (GMV, Spain) and later digital television software stack (Sony, Belgium). Then he moved to a project ...…
 
Ten years ago, there was a distinction between “backend” and “frontend” developers. A backend developer would be managing the business logic and database transactions using Ruby on Rails or Java. A frontend developer would be responsible for implementing designs and arranging buttons using raw HTML and JavaScript. Today, developers can build en ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: A.J. O’Neal This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles talks with A.J. O’Neal who is a panelist on My JavaScript Jabber usually, but today he is a guest! The guys talk about AJ’s background and past/current projects. Today’s topics include: JavaScript, Ruby, jQuery, Rails, Node, Python, and more. In particular, we ...…
 
Jets is a framework that allows you to create serverless applications with Ruby. Tung Nguyen joined Brittany to discuss his passion for contributing to open source, DevOps and joining them together in the Ruby community. Links for this episode: Jets Ruby Serverless Framework BoltOps BoltOps Nuts and Bolts Blog AWS Lambda Serverless Framework Za ...…
 
Sponsored by DigitalOcean: pythonbytes.fm/digitalocean Brian #1: Python Descriptors Are Magical Creatures an excellent discussion of understanding @property and Python’s descriptor protocol. discussion includes getter, setter, and deleter methods you can override. Michael #2: Data Science Survey 2018 JetBrains JetBrains polled over 1,600 people ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Aimee Knight Chris Ferdinandi Joe Eames Special Guest: Heydon Pickering In this episode, the panel talks with Heydon Pickering who is a designer and writer. The panel and the guest talk about his new book, which is centered on the topic of today’s show: inclusive components. Check out Heydon’s Twitter, Website, GitHub, a ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Aimee Knight Chris Ferdinandi Joe Eames Special Guest: Heydon Pickering In this episode, the panel talks with Heydon Pickering who is a designer and writer. The panel and the guest talk about his new book, which is centered on the topic of today’s show: inclusive components. Check out Heydon’s Twitter, Website, GitHub, a ...…
 
We sit down with Gabriel to discuss the move of AirBnB away from React Native and the adoption of Kotlin. We also discuss the potential of multi-platform projects with Kotlin and what he sees are potential benefits and problems to avoid.For links to show notes, please visit talkingkotlin.com or download the App from the Android Store.…
 
Summary Using computers to analyze text can produce useful and inspirational insights. However, when working with multiple languages the capabilities of existing models are severely limited. In order to help overcome this limitation Rami Al-Rfou built Polyglot. In this episode he explains his motivation for creating a natural language processin ...…
 
Wes Bos has created popular courses on React, GraphQL, and JavaScript. With hundreds of thousands of students, Wes has earned a cult following for his fun, practical lessons on web development. The courses produced by Wes teach developers how to build useful applications such as a complete e-commerce store. Wes has built a career around studyin ...…
 
Nate just wants to print the tweets, but the input wants to take over. Got tweet fetching working last time. Now we want to print out the tweets. API returns a lot information “We should probably not use pprint as our output mechanism.” Using the uniqueness filtering from last time The goal is NOT to write a generic Twitter wrapper. Goal is to ...…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by JF Bastien from Apple to discuss the San Diego C++ Committee meeting from his perspective as the chair of the new Evolution Working Group Incubator. JF Bastien is the C++ lead for Apple's clang front-end, where he focuses on new language features, security, and optimizations. He’s an active participant in the C++ sta ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Gareth McCumskey This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles talks with Gareth McCumskey who is a senior web developer for RunwaySale! They talk about Gareth’s background, current projects and his family. Check out today’s episode to hear all about it and much more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: 0:00 – Adve ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Aimee Knight Chris Ferdinandi AJ O’Neal Special Guest: Andy Bell In this episode, the panel talks with Andy Bell who is an independent designer and developer who uses React, Vue, and Node. Today, the panelists and the guest talk about the power of progressive enhancements. Check it out! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Aimee Knight Chris Ferdinandi AJ O’Neal Special Guest: Andy Bell In this episode, the panel talks with Andy Bell who is an independent designer and developer who uses React, Vue, and Node. Today, the panelists and the guest talk about the power of progressive enhancements. Check it out! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: ...…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with@marcushellbergabout: "Vaadin in Turku, simplifying with EJB 3 without layers, hacking JavaScript in browser, www.itmill.comwww.millstone.org and the history of vaadin,how Joonas started vaadin,the benefits of opensource, WebComponents with Vaadin Elements, Javagenerates WebComponents, Java is listening to WebCom ...…
 
Sponsored by DigitalOcean: pythonbytes.fm/digitalocean Brian #1: pyjanitor - for cleaning data originally a port of an R package called janitor, now much more. “pyjanitor’s etymology has a two-fold relationship to “cleanliness”. Firstly, it’s about extending Pandas with convenient data cleaning routines. Secondly, it’s about providing a cleaner ...…
 
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